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revised What guidelines should be met for something to be called a webapp
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comment What guidelines should be met for something to be called a webapp
@Blrfl Yes, I guess that's what it boils down to, but shouldn't we establish some guidelines. A junior developer might look at their simple code and think their glob of code is pretty awesome and deserves to be called a webapp. A senior developer probably writes more complicated code than found in most webapps. That's why having some rough guidelines is important.
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comment What guidelines should be met for something to be called a webapp
Based on your answer, I guess the question is what makes a website a (program) :) Today's regular websites can offer some complicated functionality, so by this logic, are most websites today considered webapps?
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comment OpenID and data espionage
Wasn't aware of delegation. This isn't the same as being an OpenID "Provider" yourself on your domain, or is it?
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comment OpenID and data espionage
Wow, this convinces me it's more serious than we're willing to talk about. But to answer your question, this isn't the only thing about OpenID. I do have other concerns with OpenID related to it being prone to phishing. Someone could get the OpenID login information by directing the user to a form that just looks like the original form. If the user's account has been phished, I as another third party site am at risk. The password was stolen from the user, and the attacker could use the phished login to get the user's data on my site as well as any other site the user is on.
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comment OpenID and data espionage
@Turkey, I don't mean that the OpenID provider (google, yahoo) gets attacked and compromised. I mean the OpenID provider is collecting information on your usage on the web, beccause you are telling them all that information.
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